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... I heard a noise behind me. It was Jim falling off his Segway. He said, "I was looking up [at the Eiffel Tower]." I told him he sounded like Deborah Kerr in "An Affair to Remember." Anyway he was glad to have those elbow pads. He said it would have been very painful! After all that fun we cleaned up & the group went to a cafe across from the Trocadero for our final dinner together. The food was excellent; the ...
... Chris had none!
We had an adventurous drive through Paris on our shuttle dropping some other travelers at their hotel while the driver had a passionate argument on his cell phone. Then headed across town to our hotel on the edge of the Italian quarter. So named not because it is a 'little Italy' but because it is the university district and they used to all teach in Italian (if I understood the tour ...
... the trip that was to take 45mins. What a shock, we were packed in like sardines, and nearly missed getting on the train completely as it is what is called a short train, and we had to scurry down the platform to get to the carriages. When the trains are due to leave they just close the doors, and bad luck if not all in your party are on board. Well we, along with the multitudes reached Versailles. Thank heavens we had our tickets and didn't need to line up for them. All ...
... this little park in this amazing square. It was called Square de la Tour-Saint-Jacques. We went in, listened to the birds and took some pictures.
On to the Metro and back to La Defense. This time, we decided not to head right back to our hotel and walked all the way to the Grande Arche passing some kind of competition or something of skateboarders. As we neared the Arche, we were glad to have finally ...
... herself & read her book, "A Moveable Feast". I had the century old excuse, I need to wash my hair!
Around 12:30pm we walked across the street to meet up with Amelia. This old cafe had become our neighborhood hangout, so when we walked in, the men behind the bar smiled with a "Bonjour"!
We walked down to the St. George's station & was surprised when the man at the station told us that the metro was free for the ...